Bramley school in Surrey offers bursaries for girls in year 5
PUBLISHED: 09:36 12 May 2016 | UPDATED: 09:36 12 May 2016
Bramley, an Independent school for girls aged 3 to 11, is offering new bursaries for local girls from September 2016.
Bursaries give parents who wouldn’t normally consider independent education access to an excellent school with subject specialist curriculum. Following its recent Independent School Inspection Report (ISI February 2016), where Bramley was awarded ‘Excellent’ in all areas, the Governors have made funds available for a small number of bursaries. These ‘Bramley Awards’ will be offered to girls from the local area who would like to join Year 5 (age 9-10 years) from September 2016.
The Bramley Awards will allow girls whose families would not otherwise consider independent education, to benefit from an excellent subject specialist curriculum which, through its breadth and richness, will prepare them thoroughly for the senior school of their choice.
Each Bramley Award is a means tested bursary which aims to make a difference to girls who would like to develop a talent or passion at Bramley.
“We consider Bramley to be very much part of the community”, explained Mike Webb, Chair of Governors. “We would, therefore, like to share, and celebrate, our recent Independent Schools Inspection success by extending the opportunity for a first class education to girls from the local area who would benefit from the unique educational environment that Bramley offers.”
To apply for a Bursary Award parents should contact the Bursar in the first instance. firstname.lastname@example.org 01737 812004